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SS&C posts 2Q loss; elevates Kanwar

Gregory Seay |

Windsor financial-technology vendor SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc. says its second-quarter net income swung to red and it also announced reshuffling of top management.

Stanley, Travelers award grants to VentureClash semifinalists

Joe Cooper |

New Britain manufacturer Stanley Black & Decker and property casualty insurer Travelers Cos. on Thursday each awarded $25,000 innovation grants to semifinalists of VentureClash's $5 million global...

SS&C plans to acquire Boston software co. for $1.4B

Joe Cooper |

Windsor financial-software and services vendor SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc. continued its shopping spree this week announcing plans to acquire a Boston-based provider of investment software for...

Insurer taps New Haven diabetes exercise tech

Matt Pilon |

Harvard Pilgrim, which sells group health insurance in Connecticut, said it has arranged to use a New Haven medtech's exercise app designed to help diabetes patients lose weight and lower their blood...

Bloomfield’s LiquidPiston seeking investors

Joe Cooper |

Bloomfield's LiquidPiston Inc. has launched a second equity crowdfunding effort to continue its development of engine combustion technology.

Horizon Tech's 2Q net rises

Gregory Seay |

Farmington's Horizon Technology Finance Corp. posted higher second-quarter net income from its venture-loan stakes in technology, life-sciences, clean-tech and health-data and services companies.

W. Hartford-bound Seven Stars Cloud raises $26M

Joe Cooper |

The New York global fintech moving its technology and innovation headquarters to West Hartford's former UConn campus has raised $26 million from two Chinese investors.

Tech's impact on kids: Lawmakers push for research

CNNMONEY |

Kids are spending more time staring at screens, but there's little scientific research about how it affects their health and development.Some...

Barnes' 2Q net rises amid aerospace sales

Joe Cooper |

Bristol industrial-parts manufacturer Barnes Group Inc. said its second-quarter profits grew 9.7 percent thanks to higher sales in its aerospace business.

Biopharm firm taps CI's Wurzer, ex-Hartford CPA to board

Joe Cooper |

A Canada-based biopharmaceutical company, with offices in Guilford, has named Connecticut Innovations' chief investment officer and a former Hartford CPA to its board of directors.

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